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Anglesey Lakeside Lodges

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Anglesey Lakeside Lodges is part of our Autograph Lodge Holidays Collection and enjoys a truly breath-taking location surrounded by the majestic countryside and tranquil rolling hills of Anglesey.
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Bron Eifion Lodges

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Offering you a tranquil base for exploring the Llyn Peninsula and Snowdonia National Park, these comfortable lodges and fishing lakes are perfect for a peaceful break at any time of year.
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Set in secluded grounds within the Shropshire border with Wales, this small park boasts fantastic views of Chirk Castle.
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Bryn Caled Cottages

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Bryn Caled Cottages is part of our Daisy Door Cottage Style Collection, lovingly restored from former Welsh farm buildings to create two detached luxury cottages in a stunning location overlooking the picturesque village of Llanuwchllyn and the Aran Mountain.
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Nature-lovers: treat yourself to a holiday at the foothills of Snowdon in unrivalled, beautiful surroundings.
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Ceiriog Valley Apartments is part of our Daisy Door Cottage Style Collection, nestling peacefully in the picturesque Glyn Ceiriog Valley and just a short drive from the market town of Llangollen.
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Clwydian View at ParcFarm is part of our exclusive Bouja Luxury Boutique Breaks Collection.
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Set in beautifully landscaped grounds and surrounded by peaceful countryside, this park offers a haven of rural tranquility just two miles from historic Chester.
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Nestled peacefully in the wonderful Shropshire countryside, this exclusive cluster of luxury lodges offers the perfect escape for couples or families looking to kick back and relax in an idyllic location.
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Glampio Gelli Glamping

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Glampio Gelli Glamping, is part of our Bouja collection and is a tranquil and peaceful family run glamping park situated within Pen Y Bont Touring Park, just a short walk to Llyn Tegid (Lake Bala) and the town of Bala which is centrally located in North Wales and a gateway to the Snowdonia National Park, and all it’s attractions including Pistyll Rhaeadr, the highest waterfall in Wales.
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Glan Morfa Lodge Retreat is part of our Daisy Door Cottage Style Collection, a selection of lovingly restored holiday cottages on the stunning Isle of Anglesey in North Wales.
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Golden Sands Holiday Park Rhyl has over 85 years history of fun filled holidays.
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Henlle Hall Cottages

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Henlle Hall Cottages is part of our Daisy Door Cottage style Collection, a rural idyll nestling in 17 glorious acres of parkland encompassing Henlle Hall, an exquisite Georgian country house set peacefully on the English–Welsh borders.
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Henlle Hall Woodland Lodges is tucked away in 17 acres of glorious parkland surrounding historic Henlle Hall.
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Herons Lake Retreat

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Nestling in breathtaking conservation countryside close to the quaint village of Caerwys, these stylish lodges boast individual charm and luxurious hot tubs – perfect for relaxing and exploring this fantastic North Wales area.
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Denbighshire Visitor's Guide

Embark on a journey to North Wales and Snowdonia, where rugged peaks meet serene lakes. This region is a playground for adventurers: hike up Snowdon, zip line through slate caverns, or surf at an inland lagoon. Foodies, relish local Welsh lamb and indulge in decadent bara brith. Seeking a cosy retreat? Lodges and cabins here offer the perfect base, whether you're planning a romantic escape, a family trip packed with fun, or a laugh-filled holiday with friends. Fun fact: Snowdonia boasts the largest zip zone in Europe. Dive into the heart of Welsh culture and landscape for an unforgettable stay.

Why Take Your 2024 Lodge Break in North Wales And Snowdonia?

If you're eyeing a getaway that's a blend of wild landscapes and cosy retreats, North Wales and Snowdonia should top your list. This region is a tapestry of rolling hills, rugged mountains, and a coastline that'll take your breath away. It's not just about the scenery; there's a rich tapestry of culture and history, from the legendary tales of King Arthur to the industrial heritage of slate quarries.

Lodge breaks here offer a different vibe from your standard hotel stay. Think privacy, space, and a home-from-home feel, often with stunning views and hot tubs to boot. They're ideal for those who want to be close to nature without sacrificing comfort.

In 2024, keep your eyes peeled for new attractions and updates to the area's adventure offerings. Festivals like the Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod and the Conwy Pirate Weekend are just a taste of the unique events that bring this region to life. There's always something new to discover here, making every visit memorable.

If you're visiting North Wales And Snowdonia with kids

Absolutely, North Wales and Snowdonia are a playground for kids. With activities ranging from steam train rides on the Ffestiniog Railway to underground trampolining in a former slate mine at Bounce Below, there's no shortage of adventures.

Lodges offer families the flexibility to set their own pace. You've got the space for board games, movie nights, and can choose a spot with a garden for the little ones to run around in. Plus, many lodges come with extra amenities like pools or play areas.

  1. Comfortable walking shoes for exploring
  2. Waterproof jackets – the weather can be unpredictable
  3. Sunscreen and hats for sunny days
  4. Swimwear for beach days or lodge pools
  5. Binoculars for wildlife spotting
  6. Camera or smartphone for capturing memories
  7. Backpack for day trips and snacks

Pet Friendly North Wales And Snowdonia Adventures

North Wales and Snowdonia are a haven for pet owners. With vast open spaces and welcoming communities, it's a breeze to holiday with your furry friend.

When it comes to dining out, The Groes Inn near Conwy and The Oakeley Arms in Blaenau Ffestiniog are just a couple of the pet-friendly pubs where you can grab a bite.

For a stress-free stay, look for lodges with enclosed gardens. It gives your dog freedom to roam without you worrying. Always check the pet policy before booking, and remember to pack essentials like a dog bed, food, and water bowls.

Dog walking ideas in North Wales And Snowdonia

Route Distance (miles) Scenery Postcode
Llyn Padarn Circular 5 Lake and woodland LL55 4TY
Betws-y-Coed to Swallow Falls 2.5 River and falls LL24 0DW
Harlech Beach Varies Coastal LL46 2UG
Aber Falls Walk 4.5 Waterfall and valley LL33 0LP
Anglesey Coastal Path Varies Coastal and heathland LL65 2LP

Remember, always keep your dog on a lead if you're near livestock and stick to the paths to protect the local wildlife. With these routes, you're guaranteed some tail-wagging adventures.

Romantic Breaks for Couples

If you're looking to fan the flames of love, consider a getaway to the lodges in North Wales and Snowdonia. The region offers a serene backdrop for couples, with stunning landscapes and cosy accommodations. Many lodges come with hot tubs, perfect for a relaxing soak under the stars after a day of exploring. For an extra touch of romance, look for lodges that offer pamper packs, including champagne and chocolates upon arrival.

For those seeking a spa experience, Aberconwy Resort & Spa provides a range of treatments to rejuvenate both body and mind. Dining out is also a treat, with options like Signatures Restaurant offering intimate settings and exquisite meals. The combination of luxury, privacy, and the natural beauty of North Wales makes for an unforgettable romantic retreat.

Local Cuisine and Dining Experiences

North Wales is a treasure trove of culinary experiences, with local dishes like Welsh rarebit and succulent lamb taking centre stage. Seafood is also a highlight, with fresh catches served in many coastal restaurants. For a hearty meal, the Ty Gwyn Hotel is a top choice, known for its traditional Welsh fare and welcoming atmosphere.

Families looking for a friendly dining experience should check out The Cottage Loaf in Llandudno, which offers a warm environment and dishes to please all ages. Couples might prefer the more intimate setting of Dylan's, which serves local seafood with stunning views. Whichever you choose, the local cuisine is sure to impress.

For a good night out

North Wales and Snowdonia offer a variety of options for a memorable night out. From traditional pubs to lively bars, there's something for everyone. The Albion Ale House in Conwy is a favourite among locals and visitors alike, boasting a selection of local ales and a cosy atmosphere. For live music and a vibrant scene, Penceunant Isaf Tea Rooms often hosts evening events that are not to be missed.

Fishing

Anglers will find North Wales and Snowdonia a haven for fishing, with numerous lakes and rivers teeming with trout, salmon, and more. Here's a list of some prime fishing spots:

  • Llyn Tegid (Bala Lake) - LL23 7SS
  • Llyn Brenig - LL21 9TT
  • Llyn Padarn - LL55 4TY
  • Conwy River - LL32 8AY
  • Seiont, Gwyrfai, and Llyfni Rivers - LL54 5RP

Outdoor Adventures

Adventure-seekers will find no shortage of thrills in North Wales and Snowdonia. Zip World offers high-flying experiences with zip lines and treetop courses. Watersports enthusiasts can head to Surf Snowdonia for some inland surfing, with prices starting from around £40. Seasonal opening times vary, so check ahead before planning your visit.

Shopping and Souvenirs

Name Type On Offer Postcode
Bodnant Welsh Food Centre Local Produce Welsh delicacies, cookery school LL28 5RP
Llandudno's Victoria Centre Shopping Centre High street brands, local crafts LL30 2NG
Portmeirion Village Shops Boutique Shops Unique gifts, pottery LL48 6ER
Mostyn Street High Street Variety of shops, eateries LL30 2RD
Betws-y-Coed Craft Shops Local Crafts Handmade goods, souvenirs LL24 0AB

Whether you're seeking a romantic escape, a culinary journey, a lively night out, a peaceful fishing trip, thrilling outdoor activities, or unique shopping experiences, North Wales and Snowdonia have it all. The lodges in this region provide the perfect base to explore and enjoy everything on offer.


Top lodge breaks for 2024 in North Wales And Snowdonia

Bryn Mechell Lodges, Anglesey

Driving Distance: 1 hour 20 minutes (53 miles) | Sleeps: 6 | Pet friendly? Yes

Bryn Mechell Lodges

What to expect: Bryn Mechell Lodges offer a tranquil retreat with luxurious accommodations, hot tubs, and stunning views of the Welsh countryside, perfect for unwinding after exploring Snowdonia.

Who will love these lodges? Ideal for families seeking a peaceful getaway, couples in search of a romantic escape, and outdoor enthusiasts looking to explore the natural beauty of Anglesey and Snowdonia. The secluded setting and private hot tubs make it a unique and intimate experience.

What can you do here? Anything onsite? Onsite, guests can indulge in relaxation with private hot tubs. The nearest options for dining are in the local town of Cemaes Bay, offering quaint pubs and eateries. For entertainment, the lodges provide a serene environment for stargazing and wildlife watching.

What's nearby? The historic Beaumaris Castle is a 40-minute drive away, with entry fees around £6.90 for adults. The Anglesey Coastal Path is nearby for hiking enthusiasts. Snowdonia National Park, with its myriad of outdoor activities, is just over an hour's drive away.

Accommodation options: Bryn Mechell Lodges feature a range of luxurious lodges suitable for couples, groups, and families. The lodges are pet-friendly, so you can bring your furry friends along for the adventure.


Aberdunant Hall Holiday Park, Gwynedd

Driving Distance: 35 minutes (22 miles) | Sleeps: 6 | Pet friendly? No

Aberdunant Hall Holiday Park

What to expect: Nestled within the Snowdonia National Park, Aberdunant Hall Holiday Park offers modern lodges set in a historic estate, complete with on-site restaurant and woodland walks.

Who will love these lodges? Perfect for families and couples who appreciate nature and history, the park's setting within a 200-acre woodland estate offers a unique blend of comfort and adventure.

What can you do here? Anything onsite? The park has its own restaurant and bar, providing a convenient dining option. Guests can enjoy woodland walks directly from their lodge doorsteps. There's also a children's play area for the little ones.

What's nearby? The Italianate village of Portmeirion is just a 20-minute drive, with entry fees around £12 for adults. The Ffestiniog & Welsh Highland Railways offer scenic journeys and are about a 15-minute drive away. Snowdon, the highest peak in Wales, is accessible within a 30-minute drive for those looking to hike or take the mountain railway.

Accommodation options: The holiday park provides a selection of contemporary lodges, some with hot tubs, designed for families and couples. Note that this park is not pet-friendly.


Riverside Lodges, Denbighshire

Driving Distance: 1 hour (40 miles) | Sleeps: 4 | Pet friendly? Yes

Riverside Lodges

What to expect: Riverside Lodges offer a serene riverside setting with cosy interiors and opportunities for fishing, making it an ideal spot for relaxation and nature lovers.

Who will love these lodges? Anglers and those looking for a peaceful escape will find Riverside Lodges perfect. Families and couples can enjoy the idyllic setting and the chance to disconnect from the hustle and bustle of daily life.

What can you do here? Anything onsite? Fishing is a popular activity, with the river providing an excellent spot for anglers. The lodges are also well-placed for walking and cycling in the surrounding countryside.

What's nearby? The historic town of Llangollen is just a 20-minute drive away, offering attractions like the Llangollen Railway and the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct. Snowdonia National Park is within an hour's drive for those looking to explore its vast landscapes.

Accommodation options: The lodges cater to couples and small families, with some lodges offering hot tubs. Pets are welcome, making it a great choice for those who want to bring along their four-legged companions.


Coed Helen Holiday Park, Caernarfon

Driving Distance: 30 minutes (17 miles) | Sleeps: 6 | Pet friendly? Yes

Coed Helen Holiday Park

What to expect: Coed Helen Holiday Park boasts stunning views of Caernarfon Castle and the Menai Strait, with luxury lodges and an outdoor pool, creating a perfect mix of historical charm and modern amenities.

Who will love these lodges? History buffs and families will be drawn to Coed Helen for its proximity to Caernarfon's rich heritage and the park's family-friendly facilities, including a playground and swimming pool.

What can you do here? Anything onsite? The park features an outdoor swimming pool, a children's play area, and a bar and restaurant. It's an ideal base for exploring the local area or simply enjoying the on-site amenities.

What's nearby? Caernarfon Castle is just a 5-minute drive away, with entry fees around £9.50 for adults. The Welsh Highland Railway starts from Caernarfon for scenic trips into Snowdonia, which is also within easy reach for outdoor activities.

Accommodation options: Coed Helen offers a variety of lodges, including options for large families or groups. Many lodges come with the luxury of a private hot tub, and the park is pet-friendly.


Don't Miss These Fantastic Days Out In North Wales And Snowdonia

Snowdon Mountain Railway

  • Opening Times: March to October, weather permitting
  • Prices: Adult £31, Child £21
  • Postcode: LL55 4TY
  • Est. time required: 2.5 hours for a return trip
  • Nearest parking: Pay and display at Llanberis Station

If you're keen on spectacular views without the hike, the Snowdon Mountain Railway is your ticket to the top. Ideal for families and those with limited mobility, the railway offers a stress-free ascent to the summit of Snowdon. The new traditional diesel service adds a modern twist to the journey, enhancing the experience without taking away from the vintage charm. To snag the best seats, book early and aim for a clear day. Remember, the weather can be unpredictable, so check the forecast.

Phone number: 01286 870223 | Web: snowdonrailway.co.uk


Zip World Velocity 2

  • Opening Times: Open daily, times vary by season
  • Prices: From £89 per person
  • Postcode: LL48 6LF
  • Est. time required: 2 hours
  • Nearest parking: Onsite parking available

Adrenaline junkies, listen up! Zip World Velocity 2 is where you'll find the fastest zip line in the world and the longest in Europe. It's a must for thrill-seekers. You'll fly over the stunning Penrhyn Quarry at speeds of over 100mph! It's a unique way to see the Welsh landscape, that's for sure. Book in advance, especially during peak times. Dress warmly – it can get chilly at those speeds, even in summer.

Phone number: 01248 601444 | Web: zipworld.co.uk


Portmeirion Village

  • Opening Times: Open daily, 9:30 am - 5:30 pm
  • Prices: Adult £13, Child £8
  • Postcode: LL48 6ER
  • Est. time required: Half a day
  • Nearest parking: Onsite parking included with entry

Portmeirion Village is a slice of Italy in Wales, with its Riviera-inspired houses and exotic gardens. It's a photographer's dream and a great place for a leisurely stroll. The village is also known for its pottery, so consider picking up a unique souvenir. Visit during the quieter months (outside school holidays) to fully appreciate its charm without the crowds. And don't miss the woodland walks – they're enchanting.

Phone number: 01766 770000 | Web: portmeirion.wales


GreenWood Family Park

  • Opening Times: Varies seasonally, check their website
  • Prices: Adult £16.95, Child £16.95
  • Postcode: LL56 4QN
  • Est. time required: Full day
  • Nearest parking: Free onsite parking

Families looking for an eco-friendly day out will love GreenWood Family Park. It's an adventure park with a green twist, featuring solar-powered rides and the world's only people-powered roller coaster. There's plenty for smaller kids too, making it a hit for all ages. Check out their events calendar for special activities throughout the year. Arrive early to beat the queues and make the most of your day.

Phone number: 01248 671493 | Web: greenwoodfamilypark.co.uk


Conwy Castle

  • Opening Times: Daily, 9:30 am - 5:00 pm
  • Prices: Adult £9.90, Child £6.00
  • Postcode: LL32 8AY
  • Est. time required: 2-3 hours
  • Nearest parking: Town centre pay and display

Conwy Castle is a fortress straight out of a medieval tale. It's a UNESCO World Heritage site, offering breathtaking views from the battlements. History enthusiasts and families alike will enjoy exploring the towers and ramparts. For a quieter experience, try visiting on a weekday. Don't forget to walk the town walls – it's a free addition to your castle visit and offers a different perspective on the town and castle.

Phone number: 01492 592358 | Web: cadw.gov.wales/visit/conwy-castle


Bodnant Garden

  • Opening Times: Daily, 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Prices: Adult £14.00, Child £7.00
  • Postcode: LL28 5RE
  • Est. time required: 3-4 hours
  • Nearest parking: Free onsite parking

For a peaceful day out, Bodnant Garden is a must-visit. This National Trust property boasts 80 acres of gardens with plants from all over the world. The Laburnum Arch in full bloom is a sight to behold. It's perfect for gardeners, nature lovers, and anyone looking for a tranquil escape. Visit in spring or autumn for the best floral displays. And here's a tip: check out the far end of the garden for quieter spots and stunning views.

Phone number: 01492 650460 | Web: nationaltrust.org.uk/bodnant-garden

When planning your trip to North Wales and Snowdonia, consider staying in one of the many lodges in North Wales and Snowdonia for a cosy and convenient base to explore these attractions. Each of these venues offers a unique experience that will make your visit memorable. Enjoy your adventure!

FAQs

This is our first lodge break, what will it be like?

Expect a cosy retreat with stunning views. Lodges in North Wales and Snowdonia often come with modern amenities like fully-equipped kitchens, comfy living areas, and sometimes even hot tubs. You'll be close to nature, with easy access to walking trails and outdoor adventures. It's the perfect balance between rustic charm and home comforts.

What should I pack when visiting North Wales And Snowdonia?

Pack for the outdoors – waterproofs, walking boots, and layers are key. Don't forget a swimsuit for those hot tub moments. For evenings, casual attire is fine at most local pubs and restaurants. And remember your camera; the scenery's too good not to capture!

Can you park outside the lodge?

Most lodges in North Wales and Snowdonia have parking spaces for guests. It's super convenient for unloading your gear and getting out to explore. Just check with your specific lodge beforehand, as spaces can vary.

What if it rains during my lodge break?

Rain's a chance to cosy up inside with a good book or board game. Many lodges have fireplaces or wood burners for that extra snug factor. If you're feeling brave, embrace the Welsh weather with a waterproof-clad hike – the landscapes are dramatic in the rain!

Can I get food delivered to my lodge?

Yes, some local restaurants and takeaways offer delivery services to lodges. Supermarkets like Asda and Tesco also deliver groceries. It's best to arrange this in advance, especially if your lodge is a bit off the beaten track.

Is North Wales And Snowdonia a good place to visit ‘off-season’?

Absolutely! Off-season visits mean fewer crowds and often cheaper rates. The landscapes are stunning year-round, and there's a unique charm to the area in the quieter months. Plus, many local attractions remain open, offering a more personal experience.

Will my hot tub be cleaned before we arrive?

Definitely. Lodges with hot tubs in North Wales and Snowdonia maintain high hygiene standards. Your hot tub should be cleaned and ready for you to jump in as soon as you arrive. If you're unsure, ask the lodge provider about their cleaning schedule.

Are there any child-friendly activities nearby?

North Wales is a playground for kids. Check out GreenWood Family Park for eco-friendly fun, or Zip World for something more thrilling. Castles like Caernarfon are great for little explorers, and many beaches are perfect for a family day out.

How accessible are the lodges for those with mobility issues?

Many lodges cater to guests with mobility issues, offering features like ramp access and ground-floor bedrooms. Places like Hafan y Môr Holiday Park are known for their accessible accommodation. Always confirm specific needs with the lodge before booking.

Can I bring my dog to the lodge?

You'll find plenty of pet-friendly lodges in North Wales and Snowdonia. Your furry friend will love the open spaces and trails. Just make sure to check the lodge's pet policy, as some may charge a small extra fee or have specific rules for four-legged guests.

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